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Oil prices at $80 a barrel are, in theory, good for the budgets of major oil-exporting countries. But prices at their highest level in three years…

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Africa’s energy sector is at a crossroads. The continent’s energy demand, as well as its energy industry, are set to expand in the coming decades, and it will…

Biden's Energy Policy Can't Be Blamed For Soaring Gasoline Prices

Sep 30, 2021 at 13:06 | Robert Rapier

No article of mine has generated more views and more reader feedback than my Forbes piece in March of this year: Who Is To Blame For…

Electric Vehicles Gain Popularity Following The UK Gasoline Crisis

Sep 30, 2021 at 12:32 | Irina Slav

Higher energy prices and the fear of a fuel shortage that prompted many Britons to panic buy gasoline has boosted interest in electric…

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China is officially panicking. Now that the global energy crisis has slammed China's economy, leading to the first contractionary PMI since March 2020 as a result of widespread shutdowns of…

Europe’s Gas And Power Prices Hit New Records

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We are seeing a turnaround in China’s energy strategy as the country finally pledges to end the construction of new coal plants overseas, having strongly backed coal developments…

The Renewable Revolution Could Save The World $26 Trillion

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Brent Temporarily Breaks The $80 Mark

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Brent front-month contracts broke the psychologically important $80 mark on Monday morning before tumbling back below $79 as fears of backwardation grew.

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The Energy Crisis Is Sending Oil, Gas, And Coal Prices Soaring

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